"One thing which I have just found out.
If you switch computers
ie home and work.
There is a switching limit (not sure what it is, 'cause I didn't know there was one, until I couldn't log in at home or work).
Had to send an email to be logged back in and waiting on a response to see if I need 2 subs or is it allowed (assuming they can track what instruments are being used and how)."
Recieved email this morning,
I will need 2 subs as I am using 2 computers.
You can only register one computer at a time with smusic. You can sign out of the computer you have it on and transfer the account to a new computer and vice versa, I think as many times as you like. I have transferred it from computer a to computer b and back again but it is a bit of a faff.
Generally glad to see everyone who has smusic likes it and thinks its worth the money. Now if we could all find a teacher to use it, we would have the best of both worlds.
"You can sign out of the computer you have it on and transfer the account to a new computer and vice versa"
Yes, that is correct, but there is a limit as to how many times you can switch (trying to find out what the limit is), as I found out when I couldn't access my acount from home or work.
No real deal to invest another £19, so I now have one account for home and one for work.
Note:- When I was denied access for 24 hours, I was getting withdrawal symptoms---couldn't go through that again;}
I just signed up - thanks for the heads-up Tenorsaxman.
I haven't browsed around that much yet, but it seems like they should have a "find a teacher" on their site, kind of like the ability to find a consultant on the Quickbooks site. I searched in their support files and their forum, and didn't find anything obvious. Regardless, I'm looking forward to using this to supplement my lessons and trying on my own.
I have just sent the following message to SmartMusic.
There are several of us in the uk using smartmusic and we would like to be able to have online lessons from a music teacher. We are all saxophonists who meet on cafesaxophone.com. It would be very helpful to us all to have details of those teachers who use smartmusic and who would accept individual students to teach rather than the school orchestra teachers featured on your site. Do such music teachers exist? And if so, could you publish a list so that we, usually adult students, could get on line lessons and assignments. I look forward to your reply.
I will let everyone know when they get back to me.
Ive just had a lesson with my teacher, Saxnik, and we had this discussion as although I dont have smartmusic, I might look into it.
He said that he might look into it too as I mentioned to him there are some members here who want to find a teacher that has it, so maybe he will be able to help.
Im sure he will keep you informed if he decides to do it.